An important task of air traffic control is the
handling of special use of airspace, such as parachute jumping
exercises, scanning flights or airshows. In the DFS Deutsche
Flugsicherung GmbH (German Air Navigation Services), the entire workflow
from application to execution consists of standard software and
printouts. This way of working is stretched to its limits, so a more
specialized software solution is requested.
In a preceding work, existing workflows were analyzed and functional
requirements were developed. This diploma thesis studies matching
software architectures: How should this software be structured? How far
should it be integrated into the existing STANLY_ACOS system, which
performs a similar task and may be used as a basis?
For this purpose, the thesis starts with another, own requirement
elicitation, which refines and completes the first one. Based on that,
matching target architectures are developed and the best suited is
selected. This architecture is then validated by implementing it in a